Speaking of the NSA: Here's their new, $2 billion data center, which will "intercept, decipher, analyse and store vast amounts of the world's communications from satellites and underground and undersea cables of international, foreign and domestic networks."
Where Is This Man?: A Memphis man was stopped by police, they found a small amount of pot on him, they tried to arrest him, they even used a Taser, but then police say he ran and he hasn't been seen since. His family, though, say that's impossible, as the man had cancer and gout, and now they demand to know what really happened to their loved one.
Data obtained by the nonprofit National Immigrant Justice Center (NIJC) shows that the federal government detained at least 1,366 immigrant children for three or more days in 30 adult facilities between 2008 and 2012. The data, secured in a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit against the Department of Homeland Security and released Tuesday, also shows that nearly 1,000 were held longer than a week. Five children were detained more than a year, and one was held more than a decade, starting at around age 15.
Syrian Troops Take Two Villages: "Casualties from Friday's clashes were not immediately known but the past three weeks of fierce fighting have left dozens of rebels, troops and Hezbollah fighters dead."